Update 1: 2019/05/01 9:03pm PDT
The Galaxy S10 TWRP version is now up as well. This is still only for the Exynos model, and no, this won’t work on your S10e.
When the Galaxy S9 and S9+ debuted last year, TWRP support for Exynos models became available that same day. Things have taken a little longer for the Galaxy S10, but the recovery is now officially available for the Exynos S10+ model. Read More[Update: S10 too] Official TWRP support now available for Exynos Galaxy S10+ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 isn’t even technically available yet, but carriers have confirmed a day-one update will be waiting for early adopters. Support documents from T-Mobile and Verizon detail the update, but presumably all versions of the Galaxy S10 family will get the same OTA out of the box.
The OTA, dated Match 8th, will improve the camera and the in-display fingerprint sensor. Early opinions on the new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor have been mixed, but the update might help. Read MoreThe Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e are getting day-one updates to improve the camera and fingerprint reader was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Samsung has begun shipping its Galaxy S10 family of devices in several countries around the world, which means that many users are now getting to unwrap their shiny new phone, set it up, and gawk at its gorgeous Super AMOLED display… save for that little hole-punch (or two) in the top right corner. But fans can be tenacious and enterprising; you give them an ugly eyesore and they transform it into pure art. Read MoreThose perfect Galaxy S10/S10+ hole-punch wallpapers have their own subreddit now was written by the awesome team at Android Police.